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 By Mark Rodden

Manchester United target Paul Pogba's price tag is no surprise - Dimitri Payet

The ESPN FC crew debate which club would provide the best environment for Paul Pogba.
The ESPN FC crew speculates about the ongoing rumours of Paul Pogba completing a move to Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes sifts through the latest in the football world in The Sweeper.
Jose Mourinho refused to comment directly on any recent updates surrounding Paul Pogba.

Dimitri Payet thinks that his France teammate Paul Pogba will be a major asset to whichever team he plays for regardless of how much he costs to buy.

Pogba, 23, has been tipped to make a €120 million switch from Juventus to his former club Manchester United.

Payet played alongside Pogba during France's run to the Euro 2016 final and the West Ham playmaker feels it is only natural that the midfielder would be attracting such interest.

"All I know is that Pogba is an exceptional player," Payet...

 By Mark Rodden

Security foiled 'deadly' terrorist attack before Euro 2016 - PM Manuel Valls

Security in France ensured that no major attacks took place during Euro 2016.

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls says security forces foiled what could have been a "particularly deadly" terrorist attack shortly before Euro 2016.

There was relief in France when this summer's tournament passed off without major incident, but last Thursday 84 people were killed in Nice when a man driving a truck ploughed into crowds of people who were celebrating Bastille Day.

Speaking in the wake of that tragedy on Monday, Valls said French security services had prevented another serious incident...

 By Chris Wright

Will Grigg tied with Paul Pogba on UEFA Best Player award shortlist

Will Grigg didn't even kick a ball at Euro 2016.

UEFA have announced their short list for the 2015-16 Best Player in Europe Award, with the final 10 consisting of the names you would expect: Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Antoine Griezmann, Gianluigi Buffon, Gareth Bale et al.

The vote was conducted by journalists from all 55 of UEFA's member associations, who were each asked to submit a list of their five best-ranked players in Europe -- the first player receiving five points, the second four points and so on.

UEFA then crunched the numbers...

Patrick Kluivert an odd choice as Paris Saint-Germain director of football

Manager Unai Emery and midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa were both introduced at Paris Saint-Germain during a press conference.
Kluivert will need to assert himself quickly as PSG's new director of football if he's to have a chance at success.

Just over three years to the day since Leonardo left his position as Paris Saint-Germain's sporting director, the French champions have found somebody to fill the void left by the Brazilian transfer guru. In a surprise announcement on Thursday, the club revealed that Patrick Kluivert is the new director of football at the Parc des Princes.

The 40-year-old Dutchman's arrival has not concerned fans in the capital but it does raise questions over the off-the-pitch direction in which the Ligue 1...

 By Mark Rodden

Patrice Evra: France won Euro 2016 by standing up to terrorism

The ESPN FC crew debate who the bulk of the blame should rest with after their shock loss to Portugal in the Euro final.
The French national team meet president Francois Hollande after their Euro 2016 final loss to Portugal.
France head coach Didier Deschamps admits he and his side are disappointed with losing the Euro 2016 final against Portugal.

Patrice Evra believes the France national team and its supporters have "won everything" at Euro 2016 by standing up to the threat of terrorist attacks during the competition.

Evra, 35, was part of the France side that lost 1-0 to Portugal after extra time in Sunday's final at the Stade de France.

The Juventus left-back asked for forgiveness from fans on Instagram shortly after the game as the host country just came up short in their bid to become European champions for a third time.

There had been...